The west paid much lip service to Russian genocide in Syria, which saw Putin’s military kill civilians in the tens of thousands. But Europe mistake was to ignore Putin’s war on Syrians, which led to the same Russian military general today to commit similar atrocities against civilians in Ukraine. A lesson for Europe never to forget again. When a military command rises to kill non-Christian and non-white civilians, there is a high probability the same thugs would kill Christian white civilians in Europe, or elsewhere. It’s about killing, not religion or race.
Vladimir Putin, who ascended to power by bombing his own people inside Russia, is unquestionably the most violent man alive. And let us not forget that Russia has a long history of producing such men. The largest country in the world is also the birthplace of the most violent men in history.
Europe simply blinked and went on believing this is a one-off for Putin
VLADIMIR THE BLOODTHIRSTY
Had European politicians acted with the same fervor and determination on Syria as they are acting today against Putin’s onslaught on the continent, they may have been able to weaken the Russian economy to the point its military might have become less functional and less lethal to wage another grand war.
Watching Colonel General Alexander Zhuravlyov bomb Ukrainian civilians with illegal cluster bombs munitions, as he did the Syrian civilian population, is heart-breaking. The west could have prevented this butchery, but failed to act. It is our 21st history lesson of shame.
Did Putin not invade Ukraine to annex the Crimea in 2014? What did Europe do but act in the same manner as it did when Hitler forced his armies on Czechoslovakia to occupy the Sudetenland region? Europe simply blinked and went on believing this is a one-off for Putin.
Putin is an extremely violent thug. Just as his predecessor, and Putin’s hero, Joseph Stalin was. Once violent, always violent.
Watch for Putin creating the conditions to invade more countries in the future. Did he not likened himself to Peter the Great? That drunkard bastard had his armies lean on Poland’s borders by the time he built his Russian Empire. Does Putin have a crazy and brutish half-sister named Sophia who showed him the way to commit atrocities? With the exception of his bloodthirsty actions against innocent civilians, nothing makes Putin resemble Peter the drunkard.
Once he [Putin] settles in Eastern Ukraine, which is a fait accompli today, Putin is going to open some map in Europe to study it
HAD EUROPE AND THE US ACTED
Europe takes its Que from Washington, and in 2014 the United States boasted the least experienced U.S. President when it comes to foreign policy. Barack Obama was a lamb who, even if he wanted, could hardly lift a finger to defend Europe from Vladimir the Bloodthirsty.
Obama’s apathy paralyzed Europe. However, had the Europeans see Putin’s war on Syria followed by his invasion and annexation of the Crimea for the danger that it created for the whole continent, today’s war in Ukraine might not have happened. Had Europe acted with the same fervor in 2014 by heavily sanctioning Putin’s regime, Putin’s calculations would have considered a different set of assumptions. Today’s war is the result of that shortsightedness.
Why would Brussels ignore the atrocities of Putin in Syria when his own regime showed signs of territorial ambitions in 2014? Why did Europe ignore his atrocities in Chechnya? The same wolf is knocking on Europe’s door today with his teeth dripping of blood.
Europe is paying a high price for ignoring Putin’s violent streaks. Once he settles in Eastern Ukraine, which is a fait accompli today, Putin is going to open some map in Europe to study it. He already told us that much by citing the drunkard Peter.